In the past 24 hours, the highest single-day 47,131 samples have been tested in West Bengal, the bulletin said.
The tally also went up to 1,90,063 after 3,107 fresh cases of infection were registered in different parts of the state.
The tally went up to 1,86,956 after 3,091 fresh cases of infection were registered from different parts of the state.
The discharge rate climbed to 85.40 per cent, with 3,021 people recovering from the disease since Sunday evening, the department said in its bulletin.
Since Friday, at least 2,125 patients have been released from different hospitals following their recovery from the disease, the bulletin said.
West Bengal also registered its highest single-day recovery on Friday as 1,873 patients were cured of the disease, the bulletin said.
The state also saw the highest discharge of people after recovery. Total of 2,006 people were discharged during the last 24 hours. There are 18,846 active cases in the state at present.
Since Monday, 1,617 patients have recovered from the disease and been discharged, the bulletin said, adding, at least 13,064 samples were tested during the period.
Altogether 1,535 people have been discharged from hospitals since Sunday evening, improving the COVID-19 recovery rate in the state to 59.01 percent, the department said in its bulletin.
At least 2,278 people, the highest in a single day, tested positive for the disease, taking the infection tally to 42,487, the bulletin said.